Will.I.Am Talks Beats by Dre/Apple Sale, Helping Start iTunes and The iPod + MORE (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) June 2015 will mark the 20th anniversary of The Black Eyed Peas and according to Will.I.Am, their storied history involves more than simply releasing music. During a recent interview with CNN, Will.i.Am discusses the recent $3 billion sale of Beats by Dre, helping start iTunes and more.

Will.I.Am has teamed up with artist Yuri Suzuki to create an exhibit for the Digital Revolution show at London’s Barbican Centre that will showcase machines While explaining the magnitude of Apple purchasing Beats by Dre for $3 billion, Will.I.Am points out a key difference between the Head of Samsung  Gregory Lee (President and CEO of Samsung USA) and Dr. Dre:

It used to be somebody from the mountains came down and said ‘Here is your new  technology’ that you never knew. He could be walking down the street and you never knew. I don’t know what the head of Samsung looks like. But, for some reason they gives me the stuff to talk to the world with. But Dr. Dre is different. You know him. You listen to his music. Now he brought you headphones.

The Black Eyed Keys will celebrate their 20th anniversary in 2015 and . In 2004, The Black Eyed Keys’ “Hey Mama” was featured in the original television commercial advertisement for Apple’s iPod, a fact Will.i.Am has not forgotten:

Ten years ago, The Black Eyed Peas launched iTunes and iPod with Apple . I remember the conversation saying, “What’s an iPod and what’s iTunes.

Check out Will.i.Am’s interview below:

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16 Responses to “Will.I.Am Talks Beats by Dre/Apple Sale, Helping Start iTunes and The iPod + MORE (VIDEO)”

  1. therealwayno

    LOL. This is beyond ridiculous but I won’t say anything, I’ll let someone else complain about it.

  2. southside4lyfe

    I hate when you guys write articles that aren’t important. Then you guys quote the artist’s like what Will said was just full of information or something insightful. Nothing he said made any sense about Dre. These artists always give half open and closed responses and then you guys put this shit on here like he was going to say something important.

  3. Anne Noise

    Licensing music means you were a part of the creation and development of iTunes and the iPod? God damn, he gets more and more delusional every day. will.i.just.cant.

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